Avery and the Calico Hearts fall short on AGT - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Avery and the Calico Hearts fall short on AGT

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

It's the end of the AGT road for Avery and the Calico Hearts. Their fate was sealed on NBC's hit show America's Got Talent as the wildcard winner was announced Wednesday night.

The trio was among those funny little people and the kinetic king. Sadly, the girls along with the funny little people will not be moving on. Host Nick Cannon announced the kinetic king would be heading to the semifinals.

Avery, Brooklyn and Kassidy started performing in Lubbock at the Cactus Theatre before they were 5 years old. Now they have brought their talent across the country from Houston to Vegas all the way to Hollywood.

After an elimination setback earlier on the show, they were brought back for a wildcard chance to try again thanks to Judge Sharon Osbourne. However, their luck ran out on the show, but this is not the end. Their fans still have their back.

"I hope you girls do some covers for songs on iTunes! Don't let the AGT loss stop you!" said Tyler Anderson.

Another fan Candy Hilbun said, "I honestly am in tears I don't know what to say…I'm soo sorry girls please do not quit you are amazing."

The girls wrote back thanking everyone for the support.

"Like if you are SO proud of the girls for everything they have achieved. They are little stars and have a very bright future ahead of them !!!"

Throughout the show Judge Howie Mandel told the girls they should have a Saturday morning TV show. So what's next for the girls? We will just have to wait and see.

The America's Got Talent semifinals will air next Tuesday and Wednesday. The winner of the show will walk away with $1 million and a headlining show on the Las Vegas strip.

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